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Old 08-14-2009, 10:40 PM   #41
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I want to see what heaven looks like.... You are making me thirsty!!
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Old 09-21-2009, 10:57 PM   #42
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how is this 20 IBUs at a 2 gallon boil? I am getting 10 IBU. is this to be done as late extract?

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Old 09-24-2009, 08:50 AM   #43
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with a 2 gallon boil how did you obtain 20 IBUs? did you use late extract addition? I'm gonna boil this at 4 gallons and try to hit 20 IBU

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Old 09-24-2009, 10:13 PM   #44
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with a 2 gallon boil how did you obtain 20 IBUs? did you use late extract addition? I'm gonna boil this at 4 gallons and try to hit 20 IBU
What's the alpha acid for your hops? Yours might be lower.
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I'm using your numbers.

I realized it's because you didn't use Tinseth. I adjusted my recipe

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so I just brewed this today, and I totally did not read that it was caramel pils malt. I used .5lbs carapils....

is there an amount of caramel extract I can put in after fermentation to get the caramel flavoring I so very much lost?

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so I just brewed this today, and I totally did not read that it was caramel pils malt. I used .5lbs carapils....

is there an amount of caramel extract I can put in after fermentation to get the caramel flavoring I so very much lost?
You are OK, caramel pils malt is a 5 SRM crystal malt. Its such a small amount that I doubt that would make a BIG difference. I once used 50/50 carapils & 10L. Leave it be, you will be fine as it is now.
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So I won't lose any caramel flavor? Where's it coming from?

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So I won't lose any caramel flavor? Where's it coming from?
Don't expect a loss of caramel flavor by not having this. This more of a color thing. Caramel Color... Don't worry or fark it up. It will be good to go as it is now.
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So I won't lose any caramel flavor? Where's it coming from?
Don't expect a loss of caramel flavor by not having this. This more of a color thing. Caramel Color... Don't worry or fark it up. It will be good to go as it is now.
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